Dryzone Cream was used to install a chemical dampproof course into the old stone walls of this fantastic structure. Repairs to the internal walls were completed using SURFASFIX SBR with Maxseal Flex was used as a flexible, breathable tanking material. SurfaPore C water repellent was used to protect and enhance the stone work on the… Continue reading Rahelly House – Renovation
K&D Developments Ltd. complete extensive refurbishment works on this project. Part of the works consisted of the cleaning and protection of the facade. SURFASCLEAN was used to clean the surface prior to the application of Stormdry Cream, which provides protection and prevents water ingress to the facade.
Church of the Sacred Heart is a Roman Catholic Church built in 1940. The Bell Tower of the church was badly infected by an extensive growth of red algae. The surface was cleaned by SURFASCLEAN Fungicidal Wash prior to the use of SurfaPore C as a water repellent for the long term protection of the… Continue reading Riverstown Catholic Church
McKee Barracks, originally called Marlborough Barracks, was built by the British Army in 1888. After Ireland became the Irish Free State in 1922 the barracks were occupied by the Irish Free State forces.Major refurbishment works to the roof structure of the building were undertaken in 2013-14. SURFASOLOGY were consulted regarding a solution for the treatment… Continue reading McKee Barracks, Dublin
Sligo Courthouse – described as “the most impressive High Victorian building outside of Dublin” – was built in 1878 on the site of a former courthouse, part of which has been retained as a link with Sligo’s turbulent history. The exterior of Sligo Courthouse was built largely of sandstone, which had been brought in from… Continue reading Sligo Courthouse
The National Botanic Gardens were founded in 1795 by the Dublin Society (later renamed the Royal Dublin Society. The National Botanic Gardens are located in Glasnevin, Dublin, and participates in national and international initiatives for biodiversity, conservation, and sustainable development. It is Ireland’s seventh most popular visitor attraction, and the second most visited free attraction.… Continue reading The College of Amenity Horticulture in the National Botanic Gardens
Muckamish Fort Martello Tower was built at the beginning of the 19th century on Crohey Head, Co. Donegal. The tower was constructed beside the sea using sandstone and limestone. In 1950s the Tower was refurbished: the parapets were covered with asphalt (about 20mm thick) and the walls were pointed with cement mortar. The run off… Continue reading Martello Tower, Co. Donegal